The day I realized I couldn’t do everything…

If you’re like me, you once figured “I can do it myself.”

But one day, I woke up and realized I’d be happier doing fewer things. And.
Do them better. Get more satisfaction. So, I’ll share with you a way I’ve leveraged my work, something that you might like to try also.

Some of you know I’m developing apps now, some of which I hope will be helpful to NMers with iPhones or Androids. Since I know nothing about the technical aspects of creating apps, I outsourced.

I’d never outsourced overseas like this before. But now it’s second nature. So in case you are being held back by not knowing how to do something that you really want to do, here’s a way to get great help, like I did.

This is the first of two videos on outsourcing from the Authority program
I launched a few months ago. If you like it, I will put up the second one.

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Kim Klaver


  • Hi Kim,
    I found this video very interesting and helpful. I have considered trying to do my own internet stuff but am finding that like you, it is hard to work trying to be, and do, everything.
    I am looking forward to your next video.


  • Great information Kim!

    And timely too I was driving home this morning wondering how I was going to get someone to help me with a few things and who could help me. I felt lost…then I get your email with this link.

    As usual you’re always on time!


  • We all have different talents and abilities, strengths and weaknesses. Once we realize this, we are much better off.

    As for me, I’m hardly a technical whiz. If it wasn’t for my wife, I would hardly know how to delete email. 🙂

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